Talking about pilgrimage, I often refer to something beyond the physical journey of, for example, the Camino de Santiago. To me, the physical pilgrimage makes up just a tiny part of a larger journey.
Today’s post is a more personal one. Sharing a little about my own everyday pilgrimage, I hope to shed some light on being lost – a feeling many of us experience once in a while.
As we’re required to retreat inside more often, moments of quiet occur more naturally. When there is silence, there is space for listening. As of late, I prefer listening to podcasts over watching series, as they tend to excite me more in the long run. If you’re looking to nourish your mind, here are some of my favourite talks:
The two year mark has passed. On the first of March 2018, I embarked on my pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela. Two years later, welcome or not, this moment provokes the need for reflection.
As you might have read on IG, I recently returned from a silent weekend retreat where I enjoyed a few mindful walks. These turned out to be rather extraordinary experiences, which I’d love to share with you in today’s post.